My Experience With A Synbiotic | Jenngem
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You guys know by now that I have chronic illnesses, this includes a stomach that sometimes just does not want to cooperate with me. It is not fun, but I have learned over the years that there are things that I can do in order to restore balance. Recently, I tried a synbiotic, which is a combination of pro and pre-biotics. Let me tell you, I have felt such a change. Let me tell you a little bit more about them. 

Kyo-Dophilus® Pro+ Synbiotic was something that I was excited to receive. My previous probiotics had essentially stopped working, so I was pretty pumped to receive something new and something that I could take that would help my gut. Fun fact, without any kind of bacteria in our bodies, we would not exist! All that bacteria in our gut is what keeps us healthy! But we have to keep that bacteria working well in order to feel good! That is where Kyo-Dophilus® Pro+ Synbiotic comes in. 

The thing that I think that I love the most is that they come in tasty chewable tablets in a "Berry Smoothie" flavor. No nasty capsule taste here - you know what I am talking about, right? These are really very tasty and easy to take, which makes my mornings just a tidbit easier, and any mom knows that mornings are the worst! Kyo-Dophilus® Pro+ Synbiotic contains a community of nine different
probiotic strains (including The Friendly Trio), 20 billion CFU, and 2 g of prebiotic.

The Kyo-Dophilus Pro+ Synbiotic helps to maintain good bacteria balance. It can help with occasional digestive discomfort as well as to maintain good colon health overall (I'm looking at you, IBS). It also helps promote a healthy immune response and inhibit the growth of the bad bacteria in your gut. It is also non-GMO, gluten, soy, and dairy-free. It also has no artificial colors in it. 


If you would like to try Kyo-Dophilus® Pro+ Synbiotic yourself, and I totally think you should, you can find it in certain local natural healthfood stores, Amazon, iHerb, and Vitacost. If you are looking to find it close to you, you can click here to find it! 

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